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Professor David Mosse FBA

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About this Fellow

Historical anthropology of religion, social-political systems and livelihoods, especially with reference to Indian caste inequality and activism, religious pluralism (Hindu and Christian) and common property resources; the anthropology of knowledge, institutions and international development.



Current post

  • Professor of Social Anthropology, SOAS, University of London

Past Appointments

  • Professor of Social Anthropology, Soas, University Of London, 2016

Other Africa, Asia and the Middle East Fellows

Professor Jean-Pierre Mahé

Languages & civilisations of the Christian Near East (Armenian, Caucasian, Albanian, Coptic, Georgian); epigraphy. palaeography; Armenian history;

Professor Charles Tripp

Politics in the Middle East, particularly in Iraq & Egypt; Islamic political thought; the relationship between art & power in the Middle East.

Professor Almut Hintze

The languages, religions and history of pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia with special attention to Zoroastrianism; Ancient and Middle Iranian philology and linguistics